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Good Morning Mix: Paris on Air: Bromance At Home with Brodinski and Gesaffelstein

In addition to being the poster children for France’s new breed of future techno, Bromance label-mates Brodinski and Gesaffelstein are well-known for their eclectic tastes in music. Trending toward the deep and dark, the two have featured no shortage of obscure cuts in their mixes, spanning genres from Latin dance to hip hop. The latter is well-represented early in this mix, which was billed as a glimpse into what the producers are listening to at home, as Evil Nine and Danny Brown’s trap-inspired “The Black Brad Pitt” precedes Lil Keke’s plodding “Southside.”

The musical journey continues through the dissonant ambiance of Zomby’s “Witch Hunt” and the glitchy simplicity of Dopplereffekt’s Kraftwerk-esque “Pornoactress.” Bromance signee The Hacker’s “Satori” finds its way on the mix, before Lil Gin’s brooding “Smooth Getaway” closes it out and leaves one wondering why all hip hop can’t be so techno-inspired and twisted.

1. King Britt – New World in My View
2. Evil Nine, Danny Brown – The Black Brad Pitt
3. Lil Keke – Southside (Don’t Mess Wit Texas Original Mix)
4. Sebastien Tellier – Kilometer (Arpanet Remix)
5. Liaisons Dangereuses – Los Ninos Del Parque (12′ mix)
6. ID
7. Zomby – Witch Hunt
8. Dopplereffekt – Pornoactress
9. Richelle – I Think
10. The Hacker – Satori
11. ID
12. Footprintz – Dangers of the Mouth (Jimmy Edgar Remix)
13. Lil Gin – Smooth Getaway

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